Jack Fincham has hinted he is getting sick of life in the spotlight as a flirty night out started creating headlines.
The 28-year-old former Love Island contestant seemed none too pleased that his potential new romance in Ibiza was making the news back home in the UK after he spent a wild night parting with women.
Jack spent Saturday night clubbing at O Beach club on the White Isle alongside Molly Sproul, a hat maker based in Sidcup, London, and O Beach employe Daisy Taylor.
Footage streamed across Instagram Stories showed Jack and Daisy getting on like a house on fire as they giggled and danced the night away.
The pair looked very much like a hot new couple getting to grips with the early days of a spicy romance as brunette Daisy shimmered in a silver dress and Jack partied in a simple t-shirt and shorts – with the pair cuddling up for photos and dancing close together.
Despite polluting Instagram with their night out, Jack seemed more than a little annoyed when Molly filmed Daisy laughing at the fact their night out had made the news.
“We made it!” Molly giggled as Daisy read reports on her phone containing photos and videos that the pair themselves had put online.
Jack could then be heard angrily grumbling: “Oh f*** sake, man,” – suggesting he was not happy to be back in the headlines.
Jack has been tabloid fodder since winning Love Island last year alongside Dani Dyer – with the pair subsequently thrust into the limelight.
However the romance didn’t last – and the fame hungry pair broke up at the end of March.
Jack may now struggle to avoid attention in his dating life as fans of Love Island continue to follow him and his exploits on social media.
However, his love life is set to be the centre of attraction again in the coming months as he is due to be a contestant on E4's Celebs Go Dating.
Jack – alongside Megan Barton Hanson , Lauren Goodger, and Blue's Lee Ryan (among others) – will be taking on romantic advice and searching for a new girlfriend this summer in front of cameras for the reality romance show.
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